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Old 14th August 2012, 19:56
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Default getting ISPconfig to show a default page with servers IP address

Hello, at the moment with our ISPconfig servers, if you put the IP address into your browser, you get directed to the most recently created site.

What we'd like to do (and what we do with our non-ispconfig servers) is to have the user directed to a specific holding page when putting the IP into a browser, we use this for monitoring and other things.

I've tried doing it within ispconfig but it won't accept an entry without a domain name and I've tried doing it by hacking about in the apache conf but I haven't been able to do it without redirecting every site to the holding page.

DocumentRoot /web/void
ServerName void
ErrorLog /wlog/current/void-error_log
CustomLog /wlog/current/void-access_log common

has anyone else tried this?
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